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How Finland’s Helsingin Sanomat has built digital success through “diamonds” in the rough
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Aug. 19, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Augmented reality in Germany, app labs in NYC, more paywalls in Britain

Hold your iPhone over the German magazine Sueddeutsche Zeitung and experience augmented reality http://j.mp/aVFcKw »

Hearst to create a collaborative App Lab in NYC "to promote smart mobile expressions of branded content" http://j.mp/9uuDyi »

OffTheBus redux: HuffPost is recruiting citizen journalists to cover upcoming House, Senate midterms http://j.mp/bVCv7f »

The new case for longform, both financial http://j.mp/bCCxZw and technological http://j.mp/cfosDa »

UK’s News of the World plans a paywall strategy that will "hinge on exclusive video content" http://j.mp/9n9hyz »

Facebook Places launched last night; CNET riffs on what the network’s new layer might mean for news http://j.mp/dhfHdF »

 
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